Yet another medical drama where everyone is broken, has issues and of course how could any self-respecting tv series not include the character that is mourning a death of someone who died in the first episode and has flash backs due to it and the lovable jackass who at start will be making people roll their eyes at his pass, but the one who "dislikes" him the most, will be the one who falls madly inlove with him. (like no one saw that from the begining) Episode 2 shows how sensitive the paramedics are, and how much of a dickhead the doctors are. "Nurse jackie" shows how the doctors diagnose and are snobby but the nurses are the healers. "Grey's anatomy" everyone is broken (again) lovesick and suicidal (and these people are mending others) Trauma seems to be yet another series showing the "hidden heroes in the background" living up to all the cliche you can think of. - the woman paramedic that looses her lover/loved one and freaks out and tries to revive a dead man dispite of the shouting to stop and eventually breaks down in tears (episode 1) - the jackass everyone loves to hate, and the biggest hater will be his biggest love (prediction for the future) - the cocky jackass will make a fatal decision and cost someones life and he'll realise his error but still act cool about it, although he's emotinally torn (episode 2) - miracle healing through the love of a child (episode 2) - "manly" pretty woman who knows nothing about make up and a shitload about cars and other "boy" stuff, becomes the future biggest love of the jackass character (prediction for the future) and they will always quarrel over nothing. - the trainee that sucks badly and the trainer doesn't want him, but eventually accepts him (episode 2) As the episodes roll on, i believe everyone will notice the typical cliches happing waaaaaaay too fast and waaaaaaaaay too soon.
I cannot believe Chase did that and Foreman did not turn him in. I know House would have even if he would have been forlorn. Chase just crossed the line. Foreman would not be able to trust him to do what he should do as a doctor and would second judge his actions. It would be best for both of them to do the right thing, fess up, and deal with the consequences. One never knows it could all turn out with him [Chase] keeping his license and with no jail time. I am on pins and needles waiting for the show down that is next week's episode.
Fall TV is back, and so is the challenge of how to watch all your beloved shows! Since Monday night is such a huge TV night, we want to know what shows wins for what you're watching on TV during those big timeslots packed with lots of goodies. We've included the popular major network shows below, but feel free to throw in your cable choices as well. Add your comments below telling us what you choose to watch, record, catch later online, or have given up from your Monday timeslots! Monday at 8/7c: House on Fox Heroes on NBC How I Met Your Mother on CBS One Tree Hill on The CW Dancing with the Stars on ABC Monday at 9/8c: Lie to Me on Fox Trauma on NBC Two and a Half Men and/or The Big Bang Theory on CBS Gossip Girl on The CW My timeslot choices: 8PM watch/record: House and Heroes 8PM watch later online: How I Met Your Mother 9PM watch/record: Gossip Girl and Trauma 9PM watch later online: Greek
It would solve all his problems!
is there any truth that Hugh Laurie has had enough of house it has been reported over here in the uk that he's has enough he is having probs with his hip pretending to limp all the time has got to him
The Emmy Awards - hosted by none other than How I Met Your Mother 's Neil Patrick Harris - are this Sunday night on CBS. That means it's time to make some winner predictions! Will 30 Rock and Mad Men dominate yet again? Refresh yourselves with the nominees from the major categories now: Drama Series Big Love Breaking Bad Damages Dexter House Lost Mad Men Comedy Series Entourage Family Guy Flight of the Conchords How I Met Your Mother The Office 30 Rock Weeds Lead Actor, Comedy Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory Jemaine Clement, Flight of the Conchords Tony Shalhoub, Monk Steve Carell, The Office Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock Charlie Sheen, Two and a Half Men Lead Actor, Drama Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad Michael C. Hall, Dexter Hugh Laurie, House Gabriel Byrne, In Treatment Jon Hamm, Mad Men Simon Baker, The Mentalist Lead Actress, Comedy Julia Louis-Dreyfus, The New Adventures of Old Christine Christina Applegate, Samantha Who? Sarah Silverman, The Sarah Silverman Program Tina Fey, 30 Rock Toni Collette, United States of Tara Mary-Louise Parker, Weeds Lead Actress, Drama Sally Field, Brothers & Sisters Kyra Sedgwick, The Closer Glenn Close, Damages Mariska Hargitay, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Elisabeth Moss, Mad Men Holly Hunter, Saving Grace (2007) Check out more nominees in all of the categories over on our Emmys Page and be sure to come back Sunday night to find out the winners! Also be sure to share your predictions in comments.
Pretty nifty new poster for season six of House. The good doctor is a bit tied up in a giant scary snake. Here's hoping for Hugh Laurie's sake that this is all computer animation. When Jon Hamm sits waist deep in water for a photo shoot, it's kinda cool. When someone lets a giant anaconda-esque thing get a death-grip on them not so cool. According to Ausiello, this is the final piece of the Snakes On A Cane campaign. In case you missed them: House season 6 promotional trailers and cast photos.
What happened to the P.I. that House employed, I can't remember anything specific about him leaving, did they just drop his storyline all of a sudden and carry on as though he was never there?
Category nominations are now closed. You may cast your votes here: Vote in the SideReel Flunkies You may have noticed...there's been a ton of celebration lately of all of the good TV that's aired in the past season. Our friends over at E!Online have been running their Tater Tots awards for the last few weeks now, saluting all of TV's favorites and bests. In September, we'll also have the Emmys! But what about when the stuff on TV is...less than good? A confession: Even when the TV gets kind of bad, we still find ourselves watching. So, we began thinking...why not a celebration of the bad - kind of like a TV Razzie Awards , if you will. Therefore, we're introducing our First Annual SideReel Flunkies - where we'll be celebrating (or lambasting...look at it however you please) the failures of the last season. We know we want to have the following categories: -Worst New Show -Worst Couple -Worst Plotline -Worst Cast Cut -Worst Season Finale However, we're looking to have 10 Total categories, which means there's 5 more up for grabs. Nominate any 'TV worst' that you believe deserves a category. Feel free to second somebody else's nomination as well. We'll search through the comments for the best suggestions and most votes and will select the remaining 5 categories from there. After we have selected the 10 categories, we will open nominations for shows that qualify for each category. Ready, set, go! Disclaimer: Series superfans, it is ok to love a show, but dislike a certain aspect of it. Don't get too angry if we harp on your favorites...it's all in good fun!
this is the name of a house episode. this makes me angry. not that angry, but its annoying. they could TRY to be creative.